“Hello, this is NAR health insurance coverage calling.” No – it is not. NAR has obtained fraud reviews from associates declaring a robocaller has been inquiring for individual information and facts.
CHICAGO – If you receive a phone get in touch with or textual content professing to be from “NAR health insurance coverage,” it is fraud, according to a warning printed by the National Association of Realtors® (NAR).
NAR claims it obtained a variety of member reviews about unsolicited robocalls that claim to signify “NAR health insurance coverage.” It reminds associates that not known callers signify a fraud risk, even if they claim to signify a reputable supply – which is lots of instances the motive they do it. According to NAR, Realtors who receive these requests ought to be vigilant and not react.
“The association will not make unsolicited phone calls to enroll you in an insurance coverage application or if not solicit your individual information and facts,” NAR claims.
To check the legitimacy of a communication or request from NAR, associates ought to contact NAR’s Member Guidance group at 800-874-6500 or NAR through are living chat or e-mail.
NAR does give insurance coverage applications to associates, nevertheless. Realtors can find out about them through the Real estate agent Gains Application and Realtors Insurance coverage Market.
© 2020 Florida Realtors®